Anu Kaur, MS, RD, RYT-500, is the private practice dietitian behind A Nu Healthy You. Based in Virginia, Anu can be found either counseling a cancer survivor, planning a yoga workshop for clients, writing a chapter for her book on oncology nutrition, or meeting with her legislators to push for coverage of oncology nutrition counseling. She is an inspiration - meet Anu!
Carolina (Carol) Guizar, MS, RDN, CDN is an intuitive eating coach, IBS specialist and body image healer. She has a private practice in New York City called Eathority, where she helps clients become authorities on their own bodies and health. Carol blogs about non-diet approaches, local restaurants and travel on her website, www.eathority.com. She can also be found on Instagram as @eathority. Read more about her Health at Every Size approach to counseling, in addition to her sage, detailed advice regarding accepting health insurance on behalf of your clients.
We’re delighted to feature Stacy Leung, RDN, CDN, RYT, as part of our “Meet the Expert” series. Stacy is a dietitian and private practice owner, with a focus on nutrition coaching, plant-based health, mindful eating and yoga instruction. Learn how accepting health insurance on behalf of her clients makes it possible for budget-conscious clients to see her. “I can reach a bigger population when there is less financial pressure,” Stacy shares.
We’re delighted to feature Jody Garlick, RDN, LDN, as part of our “Meet the Expert” series. Jody is a dietitian and private practice owner, with a focus on gut health and autoimmune disorders. Read more about how she was having a tough time finding clients to pay for her services out of pocket, but once she started accepting health insurance on behalf of her clients, “…the phone started ringing!”
Julia Hanfling, RD, CDE, owner of 3 Peaches Nutrition and Diabetes Coaching, is a medical nutritionist and diabetes educator with more than 20 years of experience. Her niche is metabolic conditions including diabetes, heart disease and inflammation. Read more about her reasons for accepting insurance, which include doing a service for her clients as well as for providers.